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The podcast for people who want to reduce waste and live their best life! Hosted by SUSTOMi creator and entrepreneur Bronwyn Kidd, The Life Freshly Sorted Podcast is a series of conversations with a wide range of movers, shakers, creators and change-makers in the low-waste, low-tox, sustainability, healthy lifestyle and home organisation spaces. Packed with inspiring stories, real-life advice and actionable takeaways, your new dose of inspiration & innovation is right here.
 
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In 2020, the composer and musicologist Martin Iddon and the pianist Philip Thomas published a 400-page monograph outlining, in extraordinary detail, the genesis and the substance of one of John Cage’s most enigmatic compositions: the Concert for Piano and Orchestra (1957-58). In this episode, Martin Iddon reveals why this single work exerts such a …
 
Born in Toronto, Christian Bök focuses on the intersection of language and science in his work. His first book of poetry, Crystallography, was nominated for the Gerald Lampert Award. His book Eunoia, which won the Griffin Poetry Prize in 2002, is the best-selling Canadian poetry book of all time. Bök has also created artificial languages for scienc…
 
Julian Nott came to music relatively late. After studying Music and Politics and Economics at Oxford University, he worked for a management consultancy firm in the City for a number of years. Finding that not entirely to his liking, he enrolled in the UK’s National Film And Television School, funding his studies by simultaneously working freelance …
 
In 2020, Edition Impronta published Samuel Andreyev’s second volume of solo piano pieces, n°s V—VIII. In this episode, he speaks about the genesis of this work, its aims, and presents each piece individually. The podcast includes recordings of each piece by Jana Luksts. MUSIC HEARD IN THIS EPISODE Samuel Andreyev, Piano Pieces V-VIII (2019-20) Publ…
 
In 1972, Betsy Jolas (b. 1926) traveled to Indonesia with Iannis Xenakis, Toru Takemitsu, Henri-Louis de la Grange, Maurice Fleuret and several others. While there, she encountered the Topeng dance, which, nearly 50 years later, inspired the composition of her 8th quartet, Topeng. This piece was written for the Arditti Quartet in 2019. In anticipat…
 
On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of Arnold Schoenberg’s passing in July 13, 1951, Samuel Andreyev speaks with his son Lawrence Adam (Larry) Schoenberg. They discuss what it was like having Arnold Schoenberg as a father; Larry’s thoughts on his father's artistic legacy; Schoenberg’s teaching philosophy; and the work of the Arnold Schoenberg C…
 
Martin Keary: biography I'm the head of design at MuseScore, with 14 years of experience working on applications and games for IOS, Android, Windows, Hololens, Ubuntu Touch, Voice Assistant (Cortana), Xbox One and Playstation 3. I'm an active musician with a MMUS in composition from the Royal Conservatoire in Scotland. I regularly write music for l…
 
John Moraitis is a musicologist, harpsichordist, and pianist currently residing in Athens. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance from Shorter College, a Master in Musicology from the University of Georgia in Athens, and a Ph.D. in Musicology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His main fields of interest are historical perf…
 
Matthew Ricketts (b. 1986, British Columbia) is a Canadian composer currently based in New York City. His music moves from extremes of presence and absence, from clamor to quietude, at once reticent and flamboyant. Matthew’s music has been called “lyrical, contrapuntal, rhythmically complex and highly nuanced” (The American Academy of Arts and Lett…
 
In observance of the recent celebration of World Bee Day under the theme "Bee engaged - Build Back Better for Bees," today's episode is very buzzworthy. Today we delve into a vast topic relevant to us here at Sustomi, and that is bees. Without bees, we wouldn't have the beeswax to make our beeswax wraps, and we wouldn't have the fantastic products …
 
Michele Zaccagnini studied clarinet at the Conservatorio Santa Cecilia in Rome, graduated cum laude with a bachelor in Economics at Universita’ La Sapienza in Rome. At Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts he graduated with a Ph.D. in Music Composition and Theory where he studied with Martin Boykan, Yu-Hui Chang and Eric Chasalow. Michele’s…
 
Ermir Bejo, born in 1987 in Tirana Albania, is a contemporary classical and electronic music composer. Both within and apart from his music, Bejo draws significant influence from visual art, cinema, classic literature, mathematics, and philosophy. Bejo’s approach is grounded in the exploration of hierarchies and conflicts arising from the treatment…
 
ECS Botanics' mission is to make hemp mainstream. Today's guest is Alex Keach, the founder of ECS Botanics. His passion for agriculture in the wellness industry has sparked the development of a hemp farm, medicinal cannabis, and hemp food company. I want to educate people in this episode on how great hemp is aside from the medicinal benefits. Today…
 
Marco Fusi is a violinist/violist, and a passionate advocate for the music of our time. Among many collaborations with emerging and established composers, he has premiered works by Billone, Sciarrino, Eötvös, Cendo and Ferneyhough. Marco has performed with Pierre Boulez, Lorin Maazel, Alan Gilbert, Beat Furrer, David Robertson, and frequently pla…
 
Linda Catlin Smith grew up in New York and lives in Toronto. She studied music in NY, and at the University of Victoria (Canada). Her music has been performed and/or recorded by: BBC Scottish Orchestra, Exaudi, Tafelmusik, Other Minds Festival, California Ear Unit, Kitchener-Waterloo, Victoria and Vancouver Symphonies, Arraymusic, Tapestry New Oper…
 
Carl Ruggles (1876-1971) lived to the age of 95, but published only 8 works in his lifetime — less than an hour of music. In this podcast, I present an overview of this enigmatic composer, as well as an analysis of Lilacs, the central movement of Men and Mountains, for orchestra (1924). This episode begins with a recording of Lilacs by Michael Tils…
 
With a unique background in music composition + technology, cognitive science, and data science, Alexander Sigman has been active internationally as an interdisciplinary composer, performer, researcher, software engineer, and educator. His compositions have been featured on a number of commercial releases, including portrait recordings on the Carri…
 
Brian Ferneyhough is widely recognized as one of today's foremost living composers. Since the mid-1970s, when he first gained widespread international recognition, his music has earned him an enviable reputation as one of the most influential creative personalities and significant musical thinkers on the contemporary scene. Ferneyhough was born in …
 
In this episode, I took questions live from my YouTube subscribers. Thanks to everyone who participated. SUPPORT THIS PODCAST Patreon Donorbox ORDER SAMUEL ANDREYEV’S NEWEST RELEASE Iridescent Notation LINKS YouTube channel Official Website Twitter Instagram Edition Impronta, publisher of Samuel Andreyev’s scores EPISODE CREDITS Podcast artwork pho…
 
In this episode I present a 3-way conversation between English composers Colin Matthews, Julian Anderson and myself. Colin Matthews was born in London in 1946. He studied with Arnold Whittall and Nicholas Maw; in the 1970s he was assistant to Benjamin Britten, and worked for many years with Imogen Holst. His collaboration with Deryck Cooke on the p…
 
In this episode, I spoke with three composition students about the musical and professional landscape they are about to graduate into: Jonty Watt, of Oxford, England; Ben Schweitzer, of the University of Massachussetts Amherst, and Thomas McGee, of Williams College. All three have one thing in common: they have all worked with me as private composi…
 
Clarinetist Richard Haynes performs music spanning the 18th to 21st centuries all over the world in a multitude of contexts. During the course of undergraduate study at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music and further study at the University of Arts Bern his teachers included Brian Catchlove, Paul Dean, Ernesto Molinari, Diana Tolmie, Donna Wagne…
 
Ian Pace is a pianist of long-established reputation, specialising in the farthest reaches of musical modernism and transcendental virtuosity, as well as a writer and musicologist focusing on issues of performance, music and society and the avant-garde. He was born in Hartlepool, England in 1968, and studied at Chetham’s School of Music, The Queen’…
 
Todays guest is a young nutrition coach, fitness and pilates instructor, and small business owner, Madison Hawes of Body By Madison. One thing I love about Madison is the way she approaches food and meal prep as well as mindset around her approach to creating a relationship with food. Listen in to hear how you can prepare your food easier - saving …
 
In this episode, Samuel Andreyev presents a short introduction to the world of 'extended techniques', those unconventional ways of playing musical instruments that have become an almost ubiquitous feature of contemporary composition. ** SUPPORT THIS PODCAST Patreon Donorbox ORDER SAMUEL ANDREYEV’S NEWEST RELEASE Iridescent Notation LINKS YouTube ch…
 
The Canadian composer, pianist and percussionist Andrew (Andy) Creeggan is equally at home in the worlds of classical composition and pop music. A member of the wildly successful Canadian band Barenaked Ladies from 1989 to 1995, he experienced fame early in life. Deciding that being a member of a band was not for him in the long run, he left to stu…
 
Bill Harkleroad was the longest-serving guitarist of Captain Beefheart's Magic Band, playing on such essential recordings as Trout Mask Replica, Lick My Decals Off, Baby and Clear Spot. His significant artistic and practical contributions to these works have largely gone unacknowledged. Bill subsequently formed the band Mallard, released masterful …
 
Anthony Etherin is a formalist poet, a publisher, and a musician. He tweets poetry @Anthony_Etherin and archives his published works online at anthonyetherin.wordpress.com. He founded Penteract Press and he invented the aelindrome. He hosts a (neglected, but soon to be revised) YouTube channel. He lives in the United Kingdom, on the border of Engla…
 
Chris Dench was born in London in 1953. After periods living in Tuscany and West Berlin, the latter as a guest of the DAAD Berliner Kunstlerprogramm, he finally arrived to settle in Australia; he became an Australian citizen in 1992. He has had works commissioned by ensembles and individuals on three continents and is particularly recognized as a c…
 
What food we choose to eat doesn't only nourish our body, but it also affects the functioning of our brain. Want to learn how to find health and healing in your kitchen? So let's jump right in. In this episode, I'm joined by Lauren Marino who comes from an Italian family, where food is a huge part of the culture. Before becoming a dietitian, Lauren…
 
The music of Franco-British composer Jonathan Bell is influenced by Franco-Flemish polyphony, American minimalism (Morton Feldman), and spectral music. He graduated from the Paris Conservatoire with 4 prizes, and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (Doctorate in Musical Composition). Since 2007, he has collaborated intensely with the vocal ense…
 
We people dress to impress, but how much do we know of the impact of the fast fashion industry is having on our world? In this episode, I'm joined by Molly Farai. Molly's got a very good background, she's a creative digital marketer and she has brought together a collective in WA. WA Ethical Collective brings together people in the ethical and sust…
 
They live on a suburban block and are able to produce almost no waste, with a family of 5! Lifestyle is more than just the waste side of things. For this episode, I didn't want to list off the things they do to reduce their plastic usage - we hear a fair bit already on that - in this episode, we talk about what their goal of low-waste life is, how …
 
Growing your own produce is an excellent way of being more self-sufficient and to enjoy fresh foods that are pesticide-free. And also, by doing so, you don't have to buy it which means less packaging waste. Tasmanian born Italian Chef and food lover Massimo Mele who you've probably seen on TV or you might have eaten at one of his restaurants over t…
 
Percussionist and drummer Art Tripp talks with composer Samuel Andreyev in a wide-ranging interview about his fascinating career working with John Cage, Frank Zappa, Don Van Vliet (Captain Beefheart), Robert Austin Boudreau, and many others. He also discusses meeting such luminaries as Morton Feldman, and performing avant-garde music by Stockhausen…
 
The COVID-19 outbreak has changed many people's routines, among them their eating habits. Meal prep is important to eat healthy for the week. It requires a little more work to meal prep just the right amount while avoiding excess food waste and spending too much money. In today's episode, I brought Hannah back on - an expert in meal prepping which …
 
Everything that we do whether it's exercising or being stuck in isolation, we should start shifting our beliefs in order to make ourselves the person that we want to be and reach those goals that we have. We're so caught up on the idea of changing our physique that we sometimes forget that a total mindset shift had to happen first. A proper mindset…
 
This episode reproduces the audio from my May 10th, 2020 Livestream Q&A on YouTube. Viewers typed their questions into a chat window and I answered them in real time. Due to the large volume of questions received, and my inability to answer even a small fraction of them, I am considering making this a weekly feature of my channel. ** ORDER MY NEW C…
 
We have been disinfecting surfaces, washing our hands, and wearing face masks. But are we properly washing our clothes amidst the COVID-19 pandemic? We know the virus can live on different surfaces for hours or even days. So it is vital to do the laundry the right way to potentially disperse viruses sticking out on your clothing. In this episode, I…
 
With the advancements in food preparation, we're likely exposed to all kinds of food additives and chemicals that have an adverse effect on our health on a daily basis. Despite having somewhat knowledge that these disgusting chemical additives can form various cancers, the majority of us never really bother to read the label of our processed food p…
 
A lot has been said about reducing plastic waste and physical waste, how it offers so many personal, communal and environmental benefits. There's so much more than just the physical waste in our lives and our environment. More often than not, we fail to see that it's not just physical waste that is trashing our health - but emotional waste too. So …
 
Toronto-based pianist Cheryl Duvall has established herself as one of Canada’s foremost contemporary music interpreters. A dynamic soloist and in-demand collaborator, Duvall has immersed herself in a wide variety of compositional aesthetics and collaborative endeavours. In 2012, she co-founded the “adventurous and smartly programmed” (Musicworks Ma…
 
Since staying home is the best course of action in these trying times, one of the essentials that we need to stock up on, is food. To limit trips to the grocery store, preserving food is essential in every household right now. In today's episode, I'm joined by Gabriella and SUSTOMi's very own Calista Anderson-Leitch, to give us some knowledge about…
 
Larissa is a passionate advocate for plastic-free living and does a lot in the local community up in Queensland on the Gold Coast. Being a visionary that she is, Larissa started Eat Yourself Green by teaming up with amazing people to create a community where people could learn, share skills and do something for the community. And also, she just sta…
 
Luigi Gaggero has been performing as cimbalom and percussion player and as a conductor at important concert halls and festivals all over Europe, USA, and China. With an endless passion for Medieval painting; Dante and Cavalcanti; the cinema of Tarkovsky and Tarr; Bach, Mozart and Kurtág; Heidegger and Nietzsche - Luigi is very sensitive to artists …
 
Let's hear from Abbey Fancourt of The Daily Greens on how she and her husband started their journey living off-grid and adopting a more thoughtful, minimalistic approach to living. While she still indulges in occasional purchasing of her favorite mascara guilt-free, she provides a regular source of inspiration to her Instagram followers by noting t…
 
Since food packaging makes up a large portion of our day to day waste, Hill Street Grocer is taking the initiative to potentially change the way we shop and help us live a more sustainable lifestyle. Claire, a business analyst, has shared what initiatives they are taking at Hill Street Grocer to lessen plastic waste and walked us through on a step …
 
"The best ideas come from many opinions. You've got to thrash around a few ideas to come to the best answer." - Jennifer Nini Jennifer Nini is someone I've followed for a few years through her platform Eco Warrior Princess, which started as a blog for redefining green living. Jen's background is in sustainable fashion and her platform is such a gre…
 
"What can I do to be healthy? If I am healthy, then I am more likely to pay attention to my daughter. If I'm so obsessed with what I am outwardly, where is the time to look at my child...What do I look like, what am I wearing, how is my hair? Do I have the right makeup on?" Reema is an energetic, charismatic lady who started as a gynaecologist and …
 
A Search For Better Health "You are not what you eat, you are what you digest". Veronica Smith is a wholefoods queen! A qualified chef who has worked in the food industry for over 20 years and has spent the last 12 years focused on food, nutrition and moving the body, her driving force was a search for better health after struggling with gut issues…
 
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